The original French 75 (invented circa WWI) had a ton of gin in it. It supposedly got its name because drinking one felt like getting shelling in the gut with a french 75MM field gun. The 75b has less gin, a little elderflower liqueur and of course, some cold-pressed blue goodness. The perfect blend of aromatic, effervescent, sweet and tart. This one feels more like catching 75 big fluffy snowflakes on your tongue...with a lot less effort. Words and recipe by Eric Bemis, aka The Pour Farmer (pourfarmer.com) —Bow Hill Blueberries
St. Germaine Elderflower Liqueur
Bow Hill Organic Heirloom Blueberry Juice
lemon, for twist
In This Recipe
Combine liquors and juice in cocktail shaker and stir for 20 seconds.